History Main / HeyLetsPutOnAShow

1st Apr '16 10:05:40 PM nombretomado
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** This was a popular trope in the Land of Norman Lear. ''GoodTimes'' and ''Series/{{Maude}}'' did similar charity amateur-hour episodes.

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** This was a popular trope in the Land of Norman Lear. ''GoodTimes'' ''Series/GoodTimes'' and ''Series/{{Maude}}'' did similar charity amateur-hour episodes.



* ''TheDrewCareyShow'' did an epsiode that parodied ''TheFullMonty'' where the boys decide to put on a strip show in order to raise money to replace a pedigree dog they accidentally had neutered.

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* ''TheDrewCareyShow'' ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'' did an epsiode episode that parodied ''TheFullMonty'' ''Film/TheFullMonty'' where the boys decide to put on a strip show in order to raise money to replace a pedigree dog they accidentally had neutered.
28th Mar '16 3:44:59 PM twilicorn
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* The title band from ''Film/TheCountryBears'' reunites to save their old theater from demolition.
19th Mar '16 3:23:01 AM Hossmeister
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9th Jan '16 8:31:01 PM nombretomado
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* Done in ''SpongebobSquarepants'', but they weren't trying to save anything. Mr. Krabs just wanted to earn even more money.

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* Done in ''SpongebobSquarepants'', ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'', but they weren't trying to save anything. Mr. Krabs just wanted to earn even more money.
24th Dec '15 9:24:27 PM vifetoile
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This trope was made popular by Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney in the 1930s, but saving the unfortunate through musical theater is a surprisingly resilient Stock Plot. It can even work when there's no orphanage to save, as ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' demonstrated by giving a whole show, in which the main cast performed song and dance numbers.

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This trope was made popular by Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney in the 1930s, but saving the unfortunate through musical theater is a surprisingly resilient Stock Plot. Nothing like a show to bring out TheCastShowoff and showcase their lesser-known talents. It can even work when there's no orphanage to save, as ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' demonstrated by giving a whole show, in which the main cast performed song and dance numbers.
9th Oct '15 8:30:49 PM cuteatonia
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5th Jul '15 9:40:46 PM nombretomado
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* TheLittleRascals did it all the time.

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* TheLittleRascals Film/TheLittleRascals did it all the time.
22nd Jun '15 10:07:31 AM Willbyr
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* One of the possible plot examples given in ''AdeptusEvangelion'' is to put on a show, either a dance contest or an advert ...

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* One of the possible plot examples given in ''AdeptusEvangelion'' ''TabletopGame/AdeptusEvangelion'' is to put on a show, either a dance contest or an advert ...
13th Jun '15 8:57:27 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''JimmyOlsen'' story "The Boy Olympics", [[NiceGuy Jimmy]] is bothered by how it will affect the staff if a rival newspaper folds and comes up with the idea of a show to raise money.

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* In the ''JimmyOlsen'' ''ComicBook/JimmyOlsen'' story "The Boy Olympics", [[NiceGuy Jimmy]] is bothered by how it will affect the staff if a rival newspaper folds and comes up with the idea of a show to raise money.
15th May '15 3:32:03 AM Roach
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* In ''Nunsense'' (1985), the Little Sisters of Hoboken, having fallen on hard times put on a show to pay for a sries of funerals. [spoiler: Most of the congregation fell victim to a tainted vichyssoisse, due to a lack of funds several of the bodies are still in the freezer.]
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